We Provide Cloud Solutions in North Vancouver and IT Support in Vancouver . In today’s global business environment, the success of a company depends largely on how agile, fast, flexible, and responsive it can be to changing market dynamics and customer demands. If you consider that your company’s IT infrastructure can help you innovate faster, seize market opportunities, and actually drive business success,
then choosing the right path for your company’s Cloud infrastructure becomes paramount. Many first paths to the cloud start out sounding easy and cost-effective until reality sets in and you’re paying a lot more than expected and potentially experiencing serious and even crippling outages.
- IF you could avoid such disappointing outcomes and have markedly increased benefits from the cloud for a FAR more reasonable price compared to some of the first-generation providers, wouldn’t that make great business sense? To bypass the limitations of yesterday’s cloud, your company requires a new kind of computing infrastructure – it requires Hyper-Cloud.
Hyper Cloud represents the next major step in the evolution of cloud computing. Software defined infrastructure, standard redundancies and supercomputer technology are providing remarkable advantages for your computing needs, allowing you to adapt and grow your IT footprint at the speed of business. With rock solid reliability, and a
superior price/performance ratio, our IaaS solution is built to ensure the success for any size or shape of cloud deployment. While the legacy approach to cloud infrastructure has worked up to this point, its limitations are becoming clear. Over time, a number of shortcomings have emerged, including performance unpredictability, limited scalability, pricing challenges, lack of flexibility, integration issues, etc. Due to these limitations, many of the first cloud efforts fall significantly short of their initial promise, failing to evolve in parallel with their customers’ business needs and sophistication. HyperCloud’s unique innovation for cloud infrastructure makes these problems a thing of the past.